Travel the Canadian Rockies

Travel the Canadian Rockies

 

Join KICD and Tour the National Parks
of the Canadian Rockies July 22 – 31, 2014!

** This trip is currently filled up, but if you’d like to be on our waiting list, 
please call Jo at 1-800-232-1240 **

The Canadian Rockies contain some of the world’s most beautiful, unspoiled mointain ranges and charming resorts.  KICD and Legacy Tours has partnered to offer this in demand trip at an affordable price.

We’ll travel from Spencer to Minneapolis via luxury coach and then board Amtrak’s Empire Builder!  We’ll be stopping to tour Glacier National Park, Kootenay National Park, Jasper National Park, travel across Alberta to Lethbridge and much more!!

Trip includes guided and narrated tours, 7 nights superior tourist hotel accommodations, 12 meals, luxury coach to and from St. Paul, luggage handling (one suitcase per passanger), reclining coach seat on Amtrak (limited number sleeping car rooms available at extra charge).

Trip Prices: (Rates shown are per person)
$3,124 p/p double or twin occupancy
$3,724 p/p single occupancy
$2,954 p/p triple-quad occupancy
Deposit of $500 per passenger is due with reservation.
Final payment is due May 15, 2014.

A valid passport with minimum six months remaining validity required.

 

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